In one roll there are only 933 possible outcomes from the RNG.

If your talking sequence of rewards then yes, in 10 rolls there are 10^10 ways the rewards could end up sequenced.

I’m going to reduce the number of rolls to 5 because the numbers are getting too big to show. So in 5 roll there are 10^5 (100,000) ways the rewards could end up. Only one of those ways could be five 100’s in a row (0.001%) improbable of happening but still doesn’t seem that bad.

But what hasn’t been taken into account is that in 5 rolls there would be 933^5 (706,981,775,479,893) sequences the RNG results could end up of which only 1 would be rewards of 100’s five times in a row. So the reality is there would a very minuscule chance of (0.000000000000141446361799243%) of being rewarded five 100’s in a row. The odds of winning the lottery are better.